In Congress, July 4, 1776
Thomas Jefferson - one of my long-time heroes - was convinced that he and his friends blew the chance they had to establish freedom in America. I know that a hundred thousand self-praising textbooks, speeches, pundits and songs claim that Jeffers
While Americans were enjoying hot dogs and fireworks this Fourth of July, federal Judge Terry A. Doughty commemorated Independence Day by striking a blow for the separation of big tech and state.
Happy Fourth of July, America! I was recently reflecting upon the history surrounding the Declaration of Independence and thought my readers would also be very interested to learn some often unknown aspects of the Declaration's creation, distributi
Independence is more than firing up the barbecue, drinking some beer, and shooting off fireworks. It's the way we live our lives every single day.
In 1776, Thomas Jefferson was asked to create a draft for a founding document for what was to become the United States.
If this speaks for you you are welcomed to record yourself declaring your independence and sharing it to your pages, socials, and platforms.
The Declaration of Independence was not egalitarian in the modern sense.
If you read our Declaration of Independence and compare it with current conditions you will think that we were better off under King George.
Our Founding Fathers
People remember Thomas Jefferson mainly for the Declaration of Independence, which he wrote in 1776. Some remember that he served as president from 1801 to 1809, but aside from that, few know much more of his life and work. In fact, he lived until 18